Native Salt Lake City, Utah Criminal Defense Lawyer

Adam L. Nash - Partner

Contact: adamnash@larsennash.com

Attorney Adam L. Nash grew up in Ogden, Utah. He started with Larsen, Larsen, Nash & Larsen in 2002, where he currently serves as a partner. His areas of focus are criminal law, criminal defense, and civil personal injury cases. His clients are well taken care of and appreciate his accessibility and dedication to their quality of life.

Upon completing his undergraduate study and achieving his bachelor’s degree in finance, Adam spent time as a business valuation, banking and estate planning professional. After some time, he decided to attend law school to pursue his Juris doctorate. While attending the University of Idaho, he excelled as an invited member of the University of Idaho Law Review and served as its business editor. During this time he was also able to serve as a member of the University of Idaho Innocence Project. This important organization was dedicated to investigating real cases where possible wrongful convictions were made, resulting in freeing inmates who were unjustly imprisoned.

Through these experiences, Adam has cultivated a passion for criminal justice, and he is truly an advocate for the rights of his clients. Since becoming a lawyer, Adam has become an astute and successful criminal defense lawyer. Along with his legal experience, his finance background allows him to appropriately handle estate planning and other cases involving both finance and law.

Compassionate Criminal Defense & Personal Injury Attorney

To speak with Adam Nash about your case, or to learn more about his qualifications, call Larsen, Larsen, Nash & Larsen at (801) 758-8728 or contact our firm online to schedule your free consultation.

Practice areas

Criminal justice
Criminal defense
Personal injury
Estate planning
Wills
Trusts

Education

J.D., University of Idaho College of Law, 2002
- Business Editor, University of Idaho Law Review, 2001-2002

B.S., finance, Utah State University, 1998

Bar admissions

Utah, 2002